Missouri Dalton

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Gender FEMALE
Industry Publishing
Occupation Author
Location Midwest, United States
Introduction Missouri Dalton is a writer of horror/paranormal contemporary and historical novels for adults and teens. Missouri was raised mainly in transit, slowed down to finish school in one place and was then determined to be as nomadic as possible, if only because that's how things just worked out. She uses writing as an escape from her own neurosi and currently lives with her dear friend Sophia.
Interests writing, knitting, drawing, music, reading, books, computers, design, art history, art, world culture, history, cravat tying, argyle, antique firearms, antiques, leather bound books, comic books, graphic novels, film, movies
Favorite Movies Beauty and the Beast, Sleeping Beauty, The Little Mermaid, Ocean's Eleven, Alice in Wonderland, Fight Club, The Count of Monte Cristo, Howl's Moving Castle, Pan's Labyrinth, Kiki's Delivery Service, The Searchers, True Grit (both versions), The A-team, Sherlock Holmes, The Young Sherlock Holmes, Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, Pirates of the Caribbean, Underworld, Star Trek, Meet the Robinsons, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, Graduation, The Perfect Score
Favorite Music Queen, 30 Seconds from Mars, Journey, Kansas, Within Temptation, 3 Doors Down, The Yeah Yeah Yeahs, David Bowie, Movie Soundtracks, Papa Roach, Shinedown, Smashmouth, Disturbed, Spoon, Three Days Grace, System of a Down, Marilyn Manson, Origa, The Goo Goo Dolls, OAR, Muse, The Fray, Glee Cast
Favorite Books Howl's Moving Castle, Dracula, The Lord of the Rings Trilogy, The Man in the Iron Mask, The Art Thief, Take a Thief, The Percy Jackson Novels, Mossflower, The Dresden Files, King of Attolia, Codex Alera, The Belgariad, The Elenium, The Parasol Protectorate, The Return to Oz, Privilege of the Sword, The Nightrunner series, Smoke and Shadows, Blood Ties, The Sookie Stackhouse novels, Touch the Dark, Midnight's Daughter, The Unlikely Ones, The Eyre Affair, Poison Study, The Poisoner's Handbook, The Squire His Knight and His Lady, The Blue Sword, The Black Swan, The Graveyard Book, Tarzan